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Name:Naiang Wang

Title: Professor 


Graduate College:Lanzhou University


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On-the-job information:Incumbency


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Mail box:wangna@lzu.edu.cn

Learning Experience

1997:  PhD, Physical Geography, University of Lanzhou

Research Direction

Climatic and Environmental Change; Desert Archaeology; Historical Geography

Work Experience

2004-05.2010.09:  Associate Professor, Key laboratory of west China’s Environmental System (Ministry of Education), College of Earth and Environment Sciences, Lanzhou University.
2010.09- present: 


1.Physical Geography


1. Sun Jie, Hu Wenfeng, Wang Nai’ang*, Zhao Liqiang, An Ran, Ning Kai, Zhang Xunhe, 2018.  Eddy covariance measurements of water vapor and energy flux over a lake in the Badain Jaran  Desert, China. Journal of Arid Land, https://doi.org/10.1007/s40333-018-0057-3
2.Xunhe Zhang,Nai’ang Wang* ,Zunyi Xie,Xuanlong Ma,and Alfredo Huete.Water Loss Due to Increasing Planted Vegetation over the Badain Jaran Desert, China. Remote Sensing, 2018.1.18.1,10(1)
3.Wang,N.*, NING k., et.al. Holocene high lake-levels and pan-lake period on Badain Jaran Desert. Science China Earth Sciences, 2016,59(8):1633-1641
4.Ma, N., Wang, N.*, Zhao, L., et.al.Observation of mega-dune evaporation after various rain events in the hinterland of Badain Jaran Desert, China. Chinese Science Bulletin ,,2014,59(7), 162-170.
5.Wu Y, Wang, N.*, Zhao L Q, et al. Hydrochemical characteristics and recharge sources of LakeNuoertu in the Badain Jaran Desert[J]. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2014, 59(9): 886-895
6.Nai’ang Wang, Zhuolun Li, Yu Li, Hongyi Cheng, Rong Huang. Younger Dryas Event recorded by the mirabilite deposition in Huahai Lake, Hexi Corridor, NW China. Quaternary International,
7.Yuhua Wen, Nai’ang Wang. Hydrochemistry of geothermal water in Tianshui and adjacent area, Gansu province, China. Environmental Earth Sciences, 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s12665-012-1571-9
8.WANG NaiAng, LI ZhuoLun, CHENG HongYi, LI Yu, HUANG YinZhou. High Lake Levels on the Alashan Plateau during the Late Quaternary. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2011, 56: 1799-1808
9.BAI Yang, WANG Nai'ang*, LIAO Kongtai, Patrick KLENK. Geomorphological Evolution Revealed by Aeolian Sedimentary Structure in Badain Jaran Desert on Alxa Plateau, Northwest China. Chinese Geography Science, 2011, 21(3): 267–278
10.Yu Li, Naiang Wang*, Hongyi Cheng, Hao Long, Qiang Zhao. Holocene environmental change in the marginal area of the Asian monsoon: a record from Zhuye Lake, NW China. Boreas, 2009, 38: 349-361
11.Yu Li, Naiang Wang*, Carrie Morrill, Hongyi Cheng, Hao Long, Qiang Zhao. Environmental change implied by the relationship between pollen assemblages and grain-size in N.W. Chinese lake sediments since the Late Glacial. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 2009, 154: 54-64
12.Yinzhou Huang, Nai-ang Wang*, Tonghui He, Hongyi Cheng,?Liqiang Zhao. Historical desertification of the Mu Us Desert, Northern China: A multidisciplinary study. Geomorphology, 2009, 110: 108-117
13.Wang Naiang, Li Guodong,Cheng Hongyi,Li Gang.The Study on Urban Climate of Lanzhou(EI). IEEE (IGARSS06) ,2006:636-639
14.Nai'ang WANG,Qiang ZHAO,Jijun  Li,Gang  Hu. The Sand Wedges of the Last Ice Age in the Hexi Corridor, China: Paleoclimatic Interpretation. Geomorphology. 2003,5(4):313-320
15.Huang, Y., Wang, N., He, T., Chen, H., Feng, W., Long, H., 2009. Environmental significance of RSL in ancient city wall: historical desertification of Ordos Plateau, Northern China. Climatic Change 93, 55-67